Bootsy

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Bootsy is a WYSIWYG solution for Rails based on Bootstrap-wysihtml5 which includes image uploads via CarrierWave.

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Requirements

  • Ruby 2 or 1.9.3;
  • ImageMagick or GraphicsMagick (for MiniMagick);
  • Rails 4;
  • Bootstrap 3 properly added to your application.

Installation

1. Add Bootsy to your Gemfile: ruby gem 'bootsy'

2. Run the bundle command to install it: console bundle install

3. Run the install generator: console rails generate bootsy:install It will include the javascripts and stylesheets in the assets pipeline, create the bootsy.rb initializer and add a copy of the english translations.

4. Add and run migrations (if you're using ActiveRecord): console rake bootsy:install:migrations rake db:migrate

Usage

Just call the brand new method bootsy_area in your FormBuilder instances, the same way you'd call the basic textarea method. Example: ```erb <%= form_for(@post) do |f| %> <%= f.label :title %> <%= f.text_field :title %>

<%= f.label :content %> <%= f.bootsy_area :content %>

<%= f.submit %> <% end %> ```

Bootsy will group the uploaded images as galleries and associate them to one of your models. For example, if you have a Post model and you want to use bootsy_area with it, then you should include the Bootsy::Container module: ruby class Post < ActiveRecord::Base include Bootsy::Container end

Don't forget to ensure the association of new instances of your model with Bootsy image galleries. For strong_parameters, you must allow the parameter bootsy_image_gallery_id in your controllers. Example: ```ruby private

Never trust parameters from the scary internet, only allow the white list through.

def post_params params.require(:post).permit(:title, :content, :bootsy_image_gallery_id) end ```

Bootsy with Simple Form builders

Just use the brand new input type bootsy in your SimpleForm::FormBuilder instances, in the same way you would use the basic text input. Example: ```erb <%= simple_form_for @post do |f| %> <%= f.input :title %>

<%= f.input :content, as: :bootsy %>

<%= f.button :submit %> <% end %> ```

Editor options

It is possible to customize how the editor is displayed and its behavior by passing a hash editor_options to your bootsy_area.

Buttons

You can enable/disable the buttons available on the editor. For example, if you want to disable the link and color buttons: erb <%= f.bootsy_area :my_attribute, editor_options: {link: false, color: false} %> Available options are: :font_styles, :emphasis, :lists, :html, :link, :image and :color.

Alert for usaved changes

By default, Bootsy alerts for unsaved changes if the user attempts to unload the window. You can disable this behaviour by doing: erb <%= f.bootsy_area :my_attribute, editor_options: {alert_unsaved: false} %>

Uploader

It's also possible to use Bootsy without the image upload feature. Just call bootsy_area in a form builder not associated to a Bootsy::Container model. This way users can insert images in their texts by providing an image url.

Configuration

You can set the default editor options, image sizes available (small, medium, large and/or its original), its dimensions and more. Take a look at the initalizer file, /config/initializers/bootsy.rb.

I18n

Bootsy defines some i18n keys. The english translation is automatically added to your config/locales directory as bootsy.en.yml. You can follow that template in order to translate Bootsy to your language. You can find some examples here. It is also necessary to add a translation for Bootstrap-wysihtml5, the javascript editor, in your assets pipeline. Instructions here. If you are using the alert for unsaved changes, you have to define a translation for it as well. Just follow this example.

License

MIT License. Copyright 2012-2014 Volmer Soares